Make sure to upload the entire document, and choose which pages you’d like us to edit.
Tell us which services you need and when you need them by – we can return your document in 24 hours, 3 days or 7 days.
Your editor wants to know your field of study, guidelines you’ve been given for this assignment, and areas you’d like the feedback to focus on.
Now you can relax! Your document is in safe hands, and we’ll let you know when it’s finished.
We look at your field of study, document type, and the comments you’ve sent us, and match you to the perfect editor.
Following our Improvement Model, your editor polishes your writing using Track Changes and provides personalised feedback.
Our smart quality control algorithm double-checks the editor’s work before we send it back to you. If the system flags the document, it will go through a second round of editing.
As soon as your order is ready, we’ll send you a text and an email. We always return your document by the deadline.
Using Track Changes, go through the edits and accept or decline each change. Read the editor’s feedback letter for tips on improving your writing.
If you have any questions about the edit, contact us via chat, phone or email – our support team are always happy to help!
We want to know how we did! If you’re not happy with the edit, we’ll give you a refund or re-edit your document for free.
To protect your privacy, files are automatically deleted from our server after a year, but you can remove them at any time.
When you place an order, you can specify your field of study and we’ll match you with an editor who has familiarity with this area.
However, our editors are language specialists, not academic experts in your field. Your editor’s job is not to comment on the content of your dissertation, but to improve your language and help you express your ideas as clearly and fluently as possible.
This means that your editor will understand your text well enough to give feedback on its clarity, logic and structure, but not on the accuracy or originality of its content.
Good academic writing should be understandable to a non-expert reader, and we believe that academic editing is a discipline in itself. The research, ideas and arguments are all yours – we’re here to make sure they shine!
You won’t have direct contact with your editor, but if you have questions before, during or after the editing process, you can always contact them via the Scribbr support team. We’ll make sure the editor answers your questions.
The editor will also see full details of your order. If your supervisor has given you specific instructions, if you have language questions for the editor, or if there’s a particular area of concern you’d really like them to focus on, you can include these at the ordering stage and we’ll pass them on.
Proofreading & Editing entails checking for errors or omissions, whether typographical, linguistic, coding or positional; wrong usage of words and expressions; and inconsistencies. On top of that, your editor will help you become a better writer in the future with a personal improvement letter.
Your editor will correct:
Your editor will give you feedback about:
Your editor will proofread your document using Word’s Track Changes. When you receive your text back, you can simply accept all changes.
You choose the turnaround time when ordering. We can return your dissertation within 24 hours, 3 days or 1 week. These timescales include weekends and holidays. As soon as you’ve paid, the deadline is set, and we guarantee to meet it! We’ll notify you by text and email when your editor has completed the job.
Very large orders might not be possible to complete in 24 hours. On average, our editors can complete around 13,000 words in a day while maintaining our high quality standards. If your order is longer than this and urgent, contact us to discuss possibilities.
Always leave yourself enough time to check through the document and accept the changes before your submission deadline.
After your document has been edited, you will receive an email with a link to download the document.
The editor has made changes to your document using ‘Track Changes’ in Word. This means that you only have to accept or ignore the changes that are made in the text one by one.
It is also possible to accept all changes at once. However, we strongly advise you not to do so for the following reasons: